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Measuring Motorists’ Choice Behaviour and Responses to Long-Term Changes in Transport Conditions.

Hopkinson, P.G. (1990) Measuring Motorists’ Choice Behaviour and Responses to Long-Term Changes in Transport Conditions. Working Paper. Institute of Transport Studies, University of Leeds , Leeds, UK.

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Abstract

This paper reports on the Gnding from an in-depth survey into the choice of travel mode by a small group of respondents in Nottingham. The purpose of this study was to identify the range of factors which affect current choice of travel mode and to develop a survey method which lead to better observation and predictions of future travel choice decisions under worsening conditions for car travel or improving conditions for public transport. The first section of the paper describes the background to the project. Section 2 describes the rationale and features of the survey method used in the study. Section 3 outlines the survey design. Section 4 discusses the findings from the survey and discusses the policy relevance of the findings. Section 5 discusses the implications of the work for the design of larger stated preference and revealed preference surveys.

Item Type: Monograph (Working Paper)
Copyright, Publisher and Additional Information: Copyright of the Institute of Transport Studies, University Of Leeds
Academic Units: The University of Leeds > Faculty of Environment (Leeds) > Institute for Transport Studies (Leeds)
Depositing User: Adrian May
Date Deposited: 23 Mar 2007
Last Modified: 08 Feb 2013 16:52
Published Version: http://www.its.leeds.ac.uk/
Status: Published
Publisher: Institute of Transport Studies, University of Leeds
Identification Number: Working Paper 298
URI: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/id/eprint/2261

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